Costa Rica offers many beautiful resorts
and hotels to stay at when you are traveling in the area. If you are looking for a place that can serve as a vacation destination, you might want to check out the Hilton Papagayo. With luxury accommodations and amenities--as well as plenty of on site and nearby activities--the Hilton Papagayo offers almost anything vacationers could want.
Rooms and Amenities
The Hilton Papagayo has rooms, suites and bungalows available in a variety of sizes. They include flat screen cable TVs with premium channels. You'll also find an electronic safe, mini fridge and air conditioning in every room. Pets and wireless Internet are available in your room upon payment of extra fees.
This hotel has an on-site fitness room, beauty salon and business center. Retail shops offer a variety of items such as gifts, snack foods, and clothing. There are several restaurants.
The Hilton Papagayo offers fishing, biking and tennis for the land lovers--as well as swimming, scuba diving, jet skiing, and snorkeling for those who want to spend their time in the water. There is also a children's playground.
The hotel is within driving distance of many attractions that you might want to check out, such as beaches including Panama beach, Hermosa Beach and Coco Beach. There are also several wildlife parks, including Africa Mia Wildlife Park and the Rincon de la Vieja National Park.
The Hilton Papagayo offers several different package options for your stay at their hotel, with discounts on stays under or over a certain time frame or at certain times of year.
The Hilton Papagayo is located at: Playa Arenilla, Golfo de Papagayo, Guanacaste, Costa Rica, 00000, in the private bay at the Gulf of Papagayo. Reservations or more information can be found by calling 1-506-672-0000.
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